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History of the Papacy Podcast

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10 Anniversary Outtake – The Most Boring Side Conversation in Podcasting History

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10 Anniversary Outtake – The Most Boring Side Conversation in Podcasting History
Description: This is one bit of a celebration of the 10 years of my creating the history of the Papacy Podcast. In the course of 10 years of publishing the History of the Papacy, by far, I have collaborated with Garry Stevens the most. I have published hours and hours of content with Garry Stevens, but hours of side conversations and ramblings have ended up on the editing room floor. Just for some context, I recorded my first episode with Garry in 2015. We’ve recorded a number of episodes and series. If you are interested, we have episodes on James the Just, The Book Daniel, Gnosticism and much more. We also always record on what is my late Saturday evening and his early Sunday morning, which always makes things interesting. Today I have one example of the sometimes ridiculous, sometimes funny, maybe entertaining ramblings of two fellows talking from almost exact opposite sides of the globe.

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Garry Stevens, host of the History in the Bible Podcast

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January 12, 2023
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Steve Guerra is the host of the History of the Papacy Podcast, which began in 2013. In 2017, Steve began Beyond the Big Screen, a podcast which delves into the fascinating stories behind films through lively interviews.
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